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Creamilicious Jollibee Creamy Floats

Indulge and fall in-love with Jollibee's Creamy Floats.

These yummy goodness are available in chocolate and coffee floats.


Made from real chocolate and coffee drinks, these creamy floats will tickle the dining experience so that diners can indulge on this specialty beverage line-up. And Jollibee's not just bringing these great drinks back because it popular, more like because it is deliciously good.


The Jollibee Chocolate and Coffee Floats are topped with vanilla soft-serve and Jollibee's well-loved chocolate syrup for a treat packed with cool, creamy indulgence. These Creamy Floats are the perfect reward to a long day at school or work, or as a way to celebrate anything and everything. These creamy floats are also easy to pair with any Jolly meal.

"We've granted our customers' requests to bring these deliciously indulgent beverages back," said Kay Segismundo, Jollibe Senior Marketing Manager for Complementary Products. "The Chocolate and Coffee Floats, as well as the Iced Chocolate and Coffee Drinks, have always been a source of pleasure and delight for them. By re-introducing these drinks to our menu, we hope to help them take their meals, snacks, coffee breaks,and every moment in between to the coolest, most indulgent level."

These Jollibee Creamy Floats are available for dine-in, take-out, and drive-thru transactions and cost P49 for the chocolate float and P54 for the coffee floats. 



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